Following a series of NATO air raids and gains by rebel forces, U.S. officials are saying that Muammar el-Qaddafi is “seriously considering” fleering Libya’s capital of Tripoli, the Wall Street Journal reports.
A senior U.S. official told the publication that the Libyan leader “doesn’t feel safe anymore” in his capital and may relocate to any of a number of residences he has outside of Tripoli. There are, however, no indications that Qaddafi will leave the country, officials told the Journal.
The possible move does not appear to be imminent, the officials added.
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